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Sunshine & The 7 Rays

Today was a rainy day, but me Sunshine and four of my little Rays came back to Montreal and brightened up Sophie’s day. I am looking beautiful, have gained weight and finally look healthy. My puppies are growing really well and have gotten quite big already.

They are about eight weeks old and the five of us came back to start the next phase, new foster homes.

Raylee is staying up in Ste-Adele to be fostered with the family dogs and possibly adopted.

Rayann and Raylen have arrived in Montreal a few days ago and are being fostered by our first foster home, who is thinking of adopting Rayann.

Rayven is being fostered in a home who adopted a wonderful Pitbull a few years back from Sophie’s Dog Adoption, and is looking to possibly adopt him as well.

Rayko and my self (Sunshine) are being fostered by someone with no pets, so I’m the one who will be socializing him and teaching him good dog behavior. The talk is that I could be “the one” for my foster mom so my goal is to be the best possible dog she will ever meet in hopes that she will adopt me and my search for a home will end there.

So here is the status update: Rayko, who is with me, is looking for a permanent home as well as Raylen who is being fostered with his sister (Rayann).

My little ones still in limbo are Raynelle and Raymond. Those two most probably take after dad or his side of the family, as they are the only two that are white and brindled. They they are the only two still in need of a foster home (together) as they are stuck at Sophie’s until then. It’s a good place, but not the right environment for my two little darlings as Ginger, Little Sue and Taco (her grumpy old Chihuahua) are never nice to puppies. Boy is quite pleased with their arrival, but I’m not sure that I really want him to be a father figure and teach them socialization and good dog behavior. So please come through for my little angles and offer them a roof over their heads so they don’t turn into a “Boy” or “Ginger”.

4 thoughts on “Sunshine & The 7 Rays”

    1. That one is Rayko, he is a male. They are almost 8 weeks old, so the ones being adopted in Montreal could go within the next 2 weeks (after they receive their first vaccine). They are too young for sterilization so will have to be done at a later date.

      The ones who will be adopted too far for them to return to my vet, will have to wait until sterilization. The males will be done at 3 1/2 months old, and the females round 4 , 4 1/2 month. I only have one female officially available eight now, the other two may get adopted by their respective foster homes.

      For more information on how to apply, please e-mail info@sophiesdogadoption.com

      -Sophie

  1. Hi,
    I just met Rayko on the street and i love him! I underatand he is nine weeks and about to get his shots; when and how can he be adopted? Ive been looking for a dog for about a year now, and i just adore Rayko.

    Thanks!
    Mike

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